Christian Louboutin and design company 212box used “natural” materials to design new stores for high-end shoe brands in Miami Design District.
Used to sell both men’s and women’s 3,874 square feet (360 square meters) outfits on the 40th Street and replace Christian Louboutin’s temporary shop built in 2009 here.
French fashion brand based in New York, 212box chose peeled wood to cover outside this two-storey store, giving it a dark and prominent appearance compared to the surrounding architecture. .
The rough texture also continued to be designed inside, where natural wood materials such as white birch, golden birch and cherry wood pinned along the walls to create a softer backdrop for the collection. practice Louboutin.